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Oct 9, 2012 7:00pm EDT
that religion plays a very important role in their lives. that is only 3% lower than what it was ten years ago. 68% of them say they believe in god. a number of them say they are studying and looking at religion including the bible. >> that is sort of like a higher power, is that what that is? >> for some of them it reflects a loss of faith in all institutions whether it is wall street, the church, the media and even if you look at what is called the emerging church, a lot of it is labeled in an open way. i still think people are spiritually hungry and i believe that the church will find a way to connect with these folks. >> it saved my life. the unaffiliated make up a quarter of the democratic party. whereas people who are faith based make up a third of the republican party and those are the white evangelicals of which you have had an association. are they growing larger from 8-20%? that is going to help the democratic party? >> well, i would say yes and no. in fact if you look at the republican party primaries in 2012, larry, fully 50.53% of the voters who voted in the primary said they were
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